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Tom the Dancing Bug on Climate Change: "Thanks Obama"

Lore Sjoberg on solving complex problems

For those who don't know who he is, he's a humorist and former columnist for Wired.

I stole this bit of advice from a column of his years ago and find it very appropriate:


"Write what you know," or "Your ideas on how to bring peace to the planet are stupid and wrong."

"So you were in the Gifted and Talented Education program. So was practically every other saliva-pot with a domain name and a text editor. For that matter, so was the guy next door who believes that Mars is made of styrofoam. The world is not waiting for your revealed truth. Crime, war, prejudice, and hate have not been hanging around all these millennia waiting for your mom to forget her pill so that you can eradicate them. Complex problems don't have simple solutions. Any five-paragraph essay that claims to be able to end any problem that's been around for more than a three years has no more worth than a program that fills the screen with the sentence "I TOOK MY PARENTS' PRAISE TOO SERIOUSLY."


Tom the Dancing Bug's Mass Shooting Comic Template:

Establishment Republicans

From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Rob Rogers:

"The tea party has a big fundraising problem"

"On Monday, we looked at how the tea party isn't fairing so well thus far in 2014 primaries.

The main culprit: fundraising."




Whole article from Aaron Blake here:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/wp/2014/05/13/the-tea-partys-big-fundraising-problem/?hpid=z1

Tom Toles on Benghazi!

Get Well Gifts for the Unvaccinated

From Jen Sorenen's "Slowpoke"

The cliff climbing dinosaurs of Bolivia

Almost

"Located 5 km (3 miles) from downtown Sucre, Bolivia is Cal Orko, an imposing limestone slab 1.5 km (0.9 miles) long and over 100 meters high (328 ft). On this steep face (inclination of 72 degrees), visitors can peer through time to when dinosaurs roamed the Earth over 68 million years ago.

At Cal Orko you will find 462 distinct dinosaur tracks from at least 8 different species, totaling an incredible 5,055 individual dinosaur footprints. So how do thousands of dinosaur footprints come to be, on a seemingly vertical rock face hundreds of feet high?"






Whole article and more pics here:
http://twistedsifter.com/2013/10/cal-orko-wall-in-bolivia-covered-in-dinosaur-tracks/

Racist Idiots PR: "Who let the dog whistles out?"

From Jen Sorensen's "Slowpoke"



PS. Jen won a well-deserved 2014 Herblock Prize for her political cartooning. Congrats, Jen.

Warner Bros. Plans ‘Justice League’ Movie Directed by Zack Snyder

"First came “Man of Steel.” Next up is “Batman vs. Superman.” And then, “Justice League.”

Confirming the studio’s plans for a movie based on its iconic super-team for the first time, Warner Bros. president of worldwide production Greg Silverman said the studio has set plans to make a “Justice League” movie.

Like “Man of Steel” and its follow-up, which starts production next month, “Justice League” will be directed by Zack Snyder. Henry Cavill is expected to return as Superman, along with Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot, who play Batman and Wonder Woman, respectively, in 2016’s “Man of Steel” sequel tentatively titled “Batman vs. Superman.”

“It will be a further expansion of this universe,” said Mr. Silverman. “’Superman vs Batman’ will lead into ‘Justice League.’”"

Whole article here:
http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2014/04/27/warner-bros-details-plans-for-justice-league-movie-exclusive/?KEYWORDS=Warner+Bros

I'm surprised the regulars in this group haven't posted this already. There seem to be more DC fanys than Marvel fans here.

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